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Google to expand into Sunnyvale, makes room for 2,900 workers

Original post made on Aug 15, 2011

Having hit the limit for rapid expansion in Mountain View, Google has made its first move into Sunnyvale, leasing a large campus that could house up to 2,900 employees.

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Posted by Too Funny
a resident of another community
on Aug 15, 2011 at 2:26 pm

Google+ "threatens" Facebook? Are you reciting Google's press releases verbatim? They're the only ones who could possible think that G+ threatens Facebook in any way.

Google+ has 25 million users versus Facebook's 750 million. Google also has a proven track record of falling flat on its face with its social media ventures. Can you say Orkut? How about Buzz?

I'm sure Mark Z isn't a bit worried. As one of the 25MM who signed up to check out G+, I have a hard time believing it will gain any real traction. It's certainly not a "threat" to Facebook. That's a knee-slapper!

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Posted by B Minkin
a resident of Sylvan Park
on Aug 15, 2011 at 3:00 pm

Where is this business park? Although I read the article and the linked page, I could not see an address.

The "Too Funny" poster seems very sensitive about Facebook.